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Masked Up for Protest

Police Chief Danielle Outlaw has raised the issue of the concealed identities during protests in downtown Portland as emboldening some ...

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Juvenile Justice Reform Made Good

New sentencing requirements for young offenders meant to mitigate long held systemic racial, ethnic, and economic disparities in Oregon’s corrections ...

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Demanding Police Accountability

Portland activists are calling on the city to reverse course from the past and allow meaningfully public participation and civilian ...

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Police call for public’s help after mayhem

The Portland Police Bureau asked for the public’s help Monday in investigating violent assaults from competing demonstrations that spilled into ...

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Foster Mom Sentenced

Mary Holden Ayala, 59, of Portland, was sentenced Friday to 33 months in federal prison and three years’ supervised release ...

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Police Reform Panel Falls Short

A federal judge has held off on giving his approval of a new community group charged with overseeing police reforms.

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Market Awash in Pot

Oregon is awash in pot, glutted with so much legal weed that if growing were to stop today, it could ...

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‘We Miss Eddie’

25 years ago Eddie Morgan was shot to death on the corner of Northeast 42nd and Alberta in what remains ...

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Parkrose Coach a True Hero

When asked what his reaction to the fact that Parkrose Football Coach Keanon Lowe disarmed the gunman, junior Clayton Espenel ...

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Lawsuit in Police Shooting

The family of a man killed in a confrontation with Portland Police two years ago has filed a lawsuit against ...

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Grand Jury Clears Officers

More light has been shed on two fatal shootings in Portland from January, one by a police officer and the ...

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Campus Police Power Targeted

The Oregon Senate last week unanimously voted to curtail some of the policing authority from security officers hired to patrol ...

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Making the Case

“I think that there’s a real understanding of the impact, that it’s not just been an impact on minority communities, ...

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Worker Wins Discrimination Case

Multnomah County is set to pay $100,000 to a former black employee who filed suit against the county, alleging a ...

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Shootings Draw Response

Two southwest Washington civil rights groups are looking for answers after a string of officer-involved shootings in Clark County.